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    Elizabeth Bowen quote. A romantic man often feels more uplifted with two women than with one: his love seems to hit the ideal mark somewhere between two different faces

    A romantic man often feels more uplifted with two women than with one: his love seems to hit the ideal mark somewhere between two different faces

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    wordporn: A romantic man often feels more uplifted with two women than with one his love seems to hit the ideal mark somewhere between two different faces - Elizabeth Bowen
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    Elizabeth Bowen quote. Karen, her elbows folded on the deck-rail, wanted to share with someone the pleasure in being alone: this is the paradox of any happy solitude. She had never landed at Cork, so this hill and that hill beyond were as unexpected as pictures at which you say

    Karen, her elbows folded on the deck-rail, wanted to share with someone the pleasure in being alone: this is the paradox of any happy solitude. She had never landed at Cork, so this hill and that hill beyond were as unexpected as pictures at which you say "Oh look!" Nobody was beside her to share the moment, which would have been imperfect with anyone else there

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    wordporn: Karen, her elbows folded on the deck-rail, wanted to share with someone the pleasure in being alone this is the paradox of any happy solitude. She had never landed at Cork, so this... - Elizabeth Bowen
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    Elizabeth Bowen quote. One's sentiments -- call them that -- one's fidelities are so instinctive that one hardly knows they exist: only when they are betrayed or, worse still, when one betrays them does one realize their power

    One's sentiments -- call them that -- one's fidelities are so instinctive that one hardly knows they exist: only when they are betrayed or, worse still, when one betrays them does one realize their power

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    wordporn: Ones sentiments -- call them that -- ones fidelities are so instinctive that one hardly knows they exist only when they are betrayed or, worse still, when one betrays them does one realize their power - Elizabeth Bowen
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    Elizabeth Bowen quote. Autumn arrives in early morning, but spring at the close of a winter day

    Autumn arrives in early morning, but spring at the close of a winter day

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    wordporn: Autumn arrives in early morning, but spring at the close of a winter day - Elizabeth Bowen
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